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Adobe CC - What do I need to know?

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  • Adobe CC - What do I need to know?

    Through an unexpected turn of events I have needed to upgrade to Adobe CC. I am curious, those of you using it, what do I need to know?

    Previously I was working on CS 6 - I have heard there is not too much different - but I have also heard there are some really cool changes - so point me towards the AWESOME if you please!!

    any hints, tricks or Fave TUTS are much appreciated as I drink my wine and try to learn the new program.

    created using gorgeous goodies from creashens

  • #2
    i have been using for a few years and i honestly don't know what the differences are anymore. i know that i don't need to update any more
    -----KRISTA-----

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    • #3
      Just started using CC and I haven't noticed any major differences so you're good to go

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      • #4
        This was my post just a few months ago! Bomb dot com gals!

        http://forums.thedigitalpress.co/for...-dot-com-folks

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        • miimsgirl
          miimsgirl commented
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          Oh yay! Thanks - I thought I had seen a post, but then when I was looking I could not find it! THANK YOU!! I have been playing all week and found some things I REALLY love - and now I love it more!

      • #5
        This guy explains some of the changes in features in the newest update of CC.
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Js7Hs5z4M0

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        • #6
          Here's one more you might be interested in watching.
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1OUsl3-loo

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          • miimsgirl
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            Awesome - Thanks Rae!!

        • #7
          Sorry Erin, I can't help you. I never used it.
          ----- FRANCE -----

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          • #8
            I think the major difference with the CS and CC is that CC has libraries and it's a time saver! Personally, I love it when I work between Illustrator and Photoshop. You can save anything into libraries; colors, illustrations, styles.. Be careful of vector illustrations though. It can affect the speed of your computer if you store too much of them.

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